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This post is bittersweet, as it’s the last maternity outfit I have to share with you. I shot this look on Monday, three days before I had Karoline, when I was exactly 37 weeks pregnant. It’s such a pretty maternity workwear look for spring.
Top: c/o PinkBlush Maternity //Maternity dress pants: Old Navy (non-maternity version) // Necklace: c/o Sugarfix via Target // Earrings: Sugarfix at Target (similar) // Handbag: Kate Spade (similar) // Sandals: Target
Blue and white stripes are back again for spring, and I’m not mad about it. I love how they look on the puff sleeves of thisPinkBlush Maternity top. It’s such a pretty contrast to the light pink color of the rest of the top. The best part about this top, though, is it will work for postpartum transitioning as well. I think that work wear can sometimes lean towards stuffy and boring, but this top is neither of those.
I paired it with my favorite maternity pants for work wear. These dressy black maternity pants are a good everyday pant for the workplace. I have consistently worn the non-maternity version for the past few years. These pants are affordable and hold up well. The maternity version has the premium full panel for extra belly support, which I like to have during the second and third trimesters.
For accessories, I kept things light and airy to match the blue and white stripes of my sleeves. Whether your pregnant or not, these blue sandals have a great heel height–not too high, not too low. They are easy to walk in, but still make you put a little more put together. And they just $25!
Thank you so much for following along with my maternity style over the past nine months. I truly loved being pregnant and dressing my bump, and I’ll miss that now that it’s over. There’s just something so special about showcasing the life that’s growing inside you.
You can find all of my pregnancy/maternity fashion posts here.